2017 is our third year selling produce from Good Turn Farm. So far we are distributing through the following channels. If you would like to receive weekly emails of what we have available for purchase, please sign up here:
Stockholm Second Friday Market – Stockholm, WI
Every second Friday in Stockholm, WI, local farmers and area merchants collaborate in The Stroll and Big Arts Happy Hour offering snacks, specials & extended hours.
Join in the fun for a Friday evening of community and art. 9 local businesses and farmers from the Lake Pepin Area Food Group are participating to offer an engaging evening of art, food, community and conversation. More info at the Stockholm Merchants Association facebook page.
Hungry Turtle Farmer Cooperative – Amery, WI
We are one of the 13 farm members that produce food for the Hungry Turtle Farmer Cooperative (HTFC) in Amery, WI. HTFC purchases organic and naturally grown produce from western Wisconsin and east metro Minnesota and distributes to regional food co-ops and restaurants.
Paul and Fran’s Grocery – Pepin, WI
Paul and Fran’s Grocery is a charming grocery store in Pepin, WI with a great selection and wonderful service. We started selling to Paul & Fran in 2017 and have been really excited to make our produce more easily accessible for our local customers.
Harbor View Cafe – Pepin, Wisconsin
We have been providing vegetables to Harbor View Cafe since 2016 and love working with this fantastic local restaurant. We know that anything we sell to them will be turned into a delicious meal served in a beautiful and welcoming environment. We highly recommend stopping here if you are in the Lake Pepin area.
You Betcha Kimchi makes the best Kimchi we have ever tried and we are proud to provide some of their locally sourced veggies making up this deliciously fermented food.
You Betcha Kimchi is a Minnesota grown business started by Iman Mefleh and Joe Silberschmidt, a young vibrant couple with a passion for bold fermented flavors and sustainable agriculture. These entrepreneurs began with the vision of a tasty Minnesotan take on kimchi using all locally grown, organic veggies.
Harvest for the Hungry – Twin Cities Region, MN
Harvest for Hungry is a project of The Food Group which works to supply Twin Cities food shelves with naturally grown produce from local farms. The Food Group is able to pay farmers $1 per pound for produce to help cover the costs of harvesting and delivering the produce – please consider donating to support this project here: https://thefoodgroupmn.thankyou4caring.org/pages/Harvest